Woodbury Council met Monday, Oct. 7.
Kenney Ott was present at the meeting to provide information on bids for a new roof for the Woodbury Area Community Center. He said presently there is $35,692 in the roof fund. A special meeting will be called to discuss bids and to reach a decision on what needs to be done. Tim Wentz requested to attend the meeting with the township to provide expertise.
Mayor Dave Chesney said a new House Bill is in progress. This is a resolution for elected officials. This refers to those elected attending borough meetings. According to Chesney elected officials must attend at least 50 percent of meetings. If they do not, then discussion needs to take place and decision made as to what to do with this.
Gerard E. Rickards of Allison & Rickards Attorney at Law, Bedford, attended the meeting. Council went into executive session to discuss the Kauffman House and what to do about this property that is dilapidated.
A majority inspector is still being sought for the November election.
Setting millage for tax ordinance for 2020 was discussed. Millage will stay the same for this year.
Trick or treat will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31.
Budget figures for 2020 were distributed to council members to review for their 7 p.m. meeting Monday, Nov. 4.